Every day Heather is striving for change in our community and our nation. This change is only possible with the help of
volunteers like you and the support of the organizations she represents.
Let’s Bring Them Home
Since the disappearance of her uncle in 2005, Heather has had a deep personal connection with this issue. The devastation
it caused her family inspired Heather to discontinue silence (despite recommendations from investigators on his case.)
Heather was named as the National Spokesperson of Let's Bring Them Home in an effort to prevent,
spread awareness, and recover missing persons of all ages as well as to bring awareness of the National Silver Alert Act,
S.557 and Kristen's Act Reauthorization (follow links below for more information
on the National Silver Alert Act and Kristen's Act Reauthorization).
Let’s Bring Them Home (LBTH) is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. They support families of the missing
and provide safety education initiatives for adults and children. The mission of LBTH is to provide safety education as well
as critical resources to families with missing loved ones. They offer free, up-to-date, and critical safety education programs
for children and adults. With over 25 years of combined experience, their case management team offers critical resources,
case management and solutions to families with missing loved ones.
“Our passion is prevention, but our heart is with the missing.” –Let’s Bring Them Home
To become a leader in this movement, please visit LBTH’s How to Help page to learn about being an advocate,
fundraising, and coordinating with the media. You are also encouraged to read Heather’s I Want to Support page to
assist in keeping Heather’s mission alive.
For Immediate Release
Let's Bring Them Home
Contact: Amy Smith
Let's Bring Them Home, a national nonprofit organization, is proud
to announce Heather Young as the agency's National Spokesperson. Heather Young is a twenty-year-old student at the University
of Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland. She is active in her community through extracurricular activities, volunteer service
and pageantry. Heather has held the titles of: National American Miss Maryland Teen 2006, Miss Montgomery County International
2009, and Miss Maryland International 2010. She says that pageantry is more than meets the eye. It is an effective and enduring
way to create positive change in societies and cultures around the world.